Color Stack Games come with premade games and editable templates to use with Uno Stacko game or your own version block game that uses the same colors and numbers. You need a stackable game to use these cards.
Premade Games Include:
➡️Uppercase Letters ➡️Lowercase Letters ➡️Uppercase & Lowercase Letters ➡️Initial sounds with pictures ➡️Do they begin with the same sound? ➡️Do they rhyme?
➡️Number Recognition 0-10 ➡️Number Recognition 11-20 ➡️Flat Shapes ➡️Solid Shapes
Editable Templates:| This is a PPT file that you edit.
➡️Square template- perfect for pictures of small words. ➡️Rectangle template- perfect for three letter or longer words, sight words, and sentences.
To Play: ➡️This set of games was made to be played with the Uno Stacko game. You can also play this with a block type game like Jenga if you color code the outside pieces with a color (yellow, red, blue, green) and a number (1, 2, 3, 4). ➡️Print out the cards you desire for the skill game you need. Some of the games do not have a lot of cards, so you may need to make a few sets of cards for that game. ➡️Lay out the cards into the color coded pile. They can be face up. ➡️Have the game stacked up and ready to play. ➡️Students will pull the piece out of the game. They will grab the color coded card for the piece they pull AND have the student answer the number designated on that card. For example, if you pull a red 4 block, students would get a red card and answer the question #4. Student places the used card on the bottom of that pile so it can be used again and again. ➡️There are some special pieces in the game, so just follow the game rules for those pieces. They do not need special cards.
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